When rumors started spreading that she got lip injections, the star denied it. “These plastic surgery rumors hurt my feelings to be honest and are kinda insulting,” she wrote on Twitter. "I love lip liner and over lining my lips," she persisted to E! News.
But during an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the 19-year-old finally fessed up. "I wish I had just been honest and up-front," she said.
In 2014, when Vivid Entertainment released a video called Backdoor Teen Mom that featured Farrah and porn star James Deen, Farrah insisted the production was a "leaked sex tape" and actually not, you know, a porno.
However, James insisted it was all a lie. He told TMZ, "I think what happened is that [the porn company was] going to pass it off as a 'sex tape' and somebody saw us coming out of a building together and people asked me what's going on, so I was like we're making a porno!"
When 'Blurred Lines' was the smash hit of 2013, Robin bragged to GQ that the song was literally written in "about a half hour." But he later revealed during a plagiarism suit that he wasn't even in the room while the song was produced.
"None of it was my idea," he said. "I was drunk … [and] I’d say 75% of it was already done when I walked in… After making six albums that I wrote and produced myself, the biggest hit of my career was written and produced by somebody else, and I was jealous and I wanted some of the credit."
Justin Bieber: "My nude photos were stolen from my laptop!"
In 2012, Justin claimed his laptop was stolen. An anonymous Twitter handle, who identified himself as the "thief," threatened the singer with leaking personal videos and nude photos. While his fans waited in anticipation, it turned out the whole scandal was an elaborate hoax to promote his 'Beauty and a Beat' music video.
Taylor Swift: "Kanye West didn't call me to get approval for that lyric!"
When Kanye West's infamous lyric in "Famous" alluded to making Taylor Swift famous and that "they might still have sex," Taylor hit back at the rapper, releasing a statement that said Kanye didn't call to get her approval for the lyric.
Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian, blew all that out of the water when she posted a Snapchat video of Taylor allegedly saying she approved of the lyric and was appreciative that Kanye called for her approval.
Since the release of the video, Taylor still maintains that she did not give Kanye approval for the "that b—h" line.